Eastern Region, Puerto Rico
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From San Juan: 2-Hour ATV Adventure at Campo Rico Ranch

1. From San Juan: 2-Hour ATV Adventure at Campo Rico Ranch

Juan, and enter a completely different world the minute you pass through the entrance gates. Experience the home of different tropical plants and animals, some of which you may encounter on a 2-hour ATV ride. Upon arrival, meet the guides and get basic instructions and safety procedures before you set off. Hop aboard your ATV (All Terrain Vehicle) and follow the guides through 2,200 acres of private land full of scenic delights. Feel the power beneath you as you track through the different trails of a secret tropical paradise. Each 4WD vehicle can seat up to 2 people, with the driver at the front and a passenger at the rear. Marvel at magnificent views of the mountains and mangroves. Come across lagoons and curious limestone rock formations. Keep a look out for the native wildlife roaming freely in their natural habitats. Learn the history of the countryside and its flora and fauna during narrated breaks. Then, go to the hilltop Mojito Bar and cool down with some refreshing drinks of your choice. Purchase souvenirs at the on-site gift shop, where you can also rent GoPro cameras and other equipment to turn your ride into an experience to remember.

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San Juan: Hacienda Campo Rico Ziplining Experience

2. San Juan: Hacienda Campo Rico Ziplining Experience

Experience five exhilarating zip lines, five hanging canopy bridges, and a 10-minute hike in a subtropical forest on this guided adventure in Carolina. The adventure takes place at the Hacienda Campo Rico estate covering 2,300 acres and located only five minutes away from San Juan. Start your adventure at Hacienda Campo Rico, a secluded natural jewel composed of lush coastal plains, mangroves, lagoons, and limestone mountains. This is a perfect setting to experience an adventure amongst nature. Start off by walking through the lush northern coastal plains. Hike around the unique formations of the karst mountains and limestone. This is home to a great variety of birds and reptiles. After reaching the top of the first mountain, marvel at majestic views of where the coastline meets the Atlantic Ocean. Experience a total of five zip lines that fluctuate between 500 to 1,000 feet long and 50 and 200 feet high. Glide across sceneries of the ocean, mountains, plantain fields, and lagoons. The professionally installed ziplines designed by engineers have double cables and pulleys for extra security. Walk along five hanging canopy bridges that add to the excitement of the adventure while you trek at 30 feet above the trees. The last zipline lands at the hilltop Mojito Bar where you will have the opportunity to buy refreshing beverages, cold beer, mixed drinks, snacks, and souvenirs.

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San Juan: El Yunque Rainforest & Bio Bay Kayak Combo Tour

3. San Juan: El Yunque Rainforest & Bio Bay Kayak Combo Tour

Join your expert tour guide for an all-day excursion to the El Yunque Rainforest, then kayak with glowing planktons at a bio-luminescent bay. Start your adventure with a visit to the lesser-known zone of El Yunque, the only tropical rainforest in the United States. Hike and explore this off-the-beaten-track habitat. Take a dip in a waterfall or natural pool, or try out the waterslides. Hear fascinating stories from your guide about natural and local history. Spot native flora and fauna, many of which are not found anywhere else on the planet. After the hike, take a break with some lunch at a local restaurant. Then its time for a kayak adventure through mangrove channels leading to the Laguna Grande. Meet the glowing microscopic planktons capable of producing natural light at the touch of your hand. Paddle in this remarkable yet safe environment. Explore these amazing creatures up close. Watch how every stroke of your paddle leaves behind a glowing swirl of blue light that resembles fireflies. Learn how this fragile and unique ecosystem maintains a perfect balance of life.

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El Yunque: RainForest Experience

4. El Yunque: RainForest Experience

Visit the Caribbean National Rain Forest, known as El Yunque, the only tropical forest in the United States National Forest System. Learn about its rugged land, which climbs from almost sea level to about 3,500 feet above sea level and is doused with up to 200 inches of rain every year. Hear the story of the good spirit "Yuquiyu", part of an ancient legend, who reigned on his mighty mountain-top throne, protecting Puerto Rico and its people. See the same sights as those that dazzled the first Spanish Explorers more than 500 years ago, see the forest from the 69-foot Yokahú tower, and take beautiful pictures at La Coca Falls. Marvel at 1,000-year-old trees, strange plants with exotic rainbow-colored flowers, and thick vines with great masses of lush red blossoms waving in the cool breeze. Hear the incessant, yet delightful tow-note chanting of the "Coqui," the chattering of unseen tropical birds, and, with some luck, the squawk of the endangered Puerto Rican Parrot.

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From San Juan: El Yunque Waterfall Hiking & Cliff Jumping

5. From San Juan: El Yunque Waterfall Hiking & Cliff Jumping

Visit waterfalls, rivers, and forests in a tropical rain forest. Challenge yourself to a guided hike. Swim in the waters and jump from scenic spots. Discover diverse ecosystems and breathtaking views throughout the park. Encounter the endemic flora, fauna and refreshing rivers along the way. Find pools and a tall rock face at the riverbed. Admire a majestic waterfall as you enter the clearing from under the canopy. Receive detailed pointers on what to expect in certain spots and how to best interact with the landscape around you. Enjoy the opportunity to swim and get to know of a few places to jump from. Start from the trailhead and continue to the waterfall before returning on the same trail to the vehicle. Experience local culture and the essence of Puerto Rico with a traditional lunch.

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El Yunque National Park: Rainforest Night Nature Walk

6. El Yunque National Park: Rainforest Night Nature Walk

Begin your journey of El Yunque National Forest at the start of the Angelito trail, where you will be greeted by your guide who will take you on your nocturnal walking tour. Marvel at the height of the hardwood trees surrounding you, listen to the croaking coqui frogs, smell the blooming flowers' fragrance, and feel the misty rainforest atmosphere around you as you walk through the lush greenery. Enjoy the trails and swimming holes free of other tourists, as this tour is the only one permitted into the forest after 6 PM. Learn about the rainforest's diverse flora and fauna from your expert guide, 60% of which only becomes active after dark, and see the native Puerto Rican cucullo fireflies light up the rainforest, among many other bright insects and animals.

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What people are saying about Eastern Region, Puerto Rico

Overall rating

4.5 / 5

based on 2 reviews

I had so much fun and our guide was awesome. He made sure safety was the number 1 priority and constantly kept an eye on the group to make sure no one was falling behind. We got stuck in the mud at one point and he pushed all of us out. The Atv’s went 10-15 mph which felt fast enough to be fun particular with a muddy course with a bunch of turns and bumps we could run over.

Words can't explain how amazing and awesome this event was.. Omar and Ezequiel were amazing tour guides. Safety was their main focus along with having fun. there were extra works on hand always here and fully attentive to many issue that would arrive like getting stuck my husband and i can not wait for my next visit

Excellent tour of the rain forest! The guides were very knowledgeable about the history, traditions, and culture of Puerto Rico. Be sure to bring old shoes - they will get muddy.

Jose Rapheal was an outstanding guide. He had great info to share, had a great sense of humor, and showed a deep concern for the safety and happiness of the people in his care.

This property is huge and beautiful. So much to do and the tour guides make the experience that much better by sharing the knowledge they have on the land.